Bajra Methi Poori

Bajra Methi ki Poori aur Sabji Thali

  Bajra Methi Poori is a deep-fried puffed Indian bread made with bajra or pearl millet flour along with fresh fenugreek leaves. Bajra is a gluten-free grain and popularly used in many Indian states. This flour is used in different dishes like Khichdi, pooris, parathas, or Rotis. In Rajasthan and many parts of western Uttar […]

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Juar Jo Dodo | How to make Jowar Roti

Juar Jo Dodo

Juar Jo Dodo is a Sindhi style rustic bread made with sorghum or Jowar flour. It’s an easy dish to make and you can serve this for breakfast with just pickle. We are on J in the A to Z Indian Breakfast series and the other choice I had for J was Javvarisi or Sago. […]

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Ponk Vada | How to make Fresh Jowar Pakora

Ponk Vada

Ponk Vada or Pakoras made with fresh tender Jowar is a delightful snack made during the winter season when it is freshly available. Ponk or fresh Jowar is perishable produce that doesn’t stay good for long. It should be cooked within a short period or can be frozen. I haven’t seen or heard about fresh […]

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Instant Ragi Sevai ~ Easy Breakfast Dishes

Instant Ragi Sevai

Instant Ragi Sevai is made with store bought sevai and gets done instantly. You can just about add anything to this sevai to make it more interesting and appealing. When I was thinking about what else to make for breakfast that will also include millets, I opted to buy this ragi sevai. These hardly takes […]

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Nachni chi Bhakri | How to make Ragi Rotti

Nachni Bhakri

Nachni chi Bhakri or Ragi Rotti is an Indian Flatbread made with Finger Millet. This is made similar way across India with just plain flour or with different vegetables. I resorted to using the Marathi word for Finger Millet, as I couldn’t find anything else other than Ney pathiri / Neypathal, which I have already […]

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Dhapate from Maharashtra

Dhapate

Dhapate is a multigrain roti from Maharashtra and is made by mixing all the grain flour along with spices and vegetables. The first time when I read it, I thought this will be an excellent roti to enjoy and it is healthy too as we will be including so many different grains. This is almost […]

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Panankalkandu Samai Kesari

For the second day of BM#66, Diabetic Sweets I have a Kesari made with Samai and Panankalkandu. Little Millet or Samai is a healthy option to indulge when you want to make a Kesari or a rice version. Palm Sugar makes a great substitute for White Sugar. Glycemic Index, (GI) of Palm Sugar is 41.  I […]

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No Sugar Dates Ragi Oats Ladoo

When I started this blog, one of my main focus was to bring awareness to Diabetes and the Diet required to have a balanced life after being identified with this Type 2 Diabetes. The push and the inspiration for this series were because of the contribution that Daddy did for this topic. He contributed series […]

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Ekadashi Farali Bhat | How to make Sweet Moriyo

Ekadashi Farali Bhat – A to Z Maharashtrian Sweets It is interesting how you come about a dish. Especially when you least expect it to happen. While my list was almost filled up, there were a handful of alphabets that seem so tough to crack. E was one of them and I was literally breaking my […]

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